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  • O Brother, Where Art Thou? (PG-13)

    After making what are still probably their two best features—Fargo and The Big Lebowski—the Coen brothers came up with their worst (2000), a piece of pop nihilism about three convicts (George Clooney, Tim Blake Nelson, and John Turturro) on the run. more...
  • The Obama Effect (PG-13)

    Charles S. Dutton stars as an insurance salesman who becomes interested in the 2008 presidential campaign following a health scare. more...
  • Oblivion (PG-13)

    In the late 21st century, after space invaders have forced mankind to push the button, a lonely security guard (Tom Cruise) patrols an evacuated earth in a whiz-bang spacecraft that can do backflips in mid-air; when he recovers a space coffin containing a woman in suspended animation (Olga Kurylenko), he learns more about his mission than he'd like to know. more...
  • Oblivion: The IMAX Experience (PG-13)

    In the late 21st century, after space invaders have forced mankind to push the button, a lonely security guard (Tom Cruise) patrols an evacuated earth in a whiz-bang spacecraft that can do backflips in mid-air; when he recovers a space coffin containing a woman in suspended animation (Olga Kurylenko), he learns more about his mission than he'd like to know. more...
  • Obsessed (PG-13)

    A thriller that might be regarded as a Canadian Death Wish with a female protagonist, Robin Spry's feature, written by Douglas Bowie, deals with a mother (Kerrie Keane) whose son has been killed by a hit-and-run driver. more...
  • Ocean of Pearls (PG-13)

    A Sikh surgeon working in Toronto is tempted to compromise his religious identity in order to get ahead in his career. more...
  • Ocean's Eleven (PG-13)

    A pretty good caper comedy for 11-year-old boys—“heist thriller” would make it sound too ambitious—this 2001 remake of the 1960 Rat Pack movie replaces the Rat Pack with George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, Andy Garcia, Casey Affleck, Elliott Gould, and Carl Reiner, among others. more...
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  • Once Upon a Time in the West (PG-13)

    Sergio Leone, famous for his spaghetti westerns shot in Spain, dared to invade John Ford's own Monument Valley for this 1969 epic. more...
  • Ondine (PG-13)

    A struggling Irish fisherman (Colin Farrell) hoists his net one day and finds himself custodian of a bedraggled but beautiful woman (Alicja Bachleda), who begs him to hide her. more...
  • One Day (PG-13)

    Lone Scherfig, who directed Carey Mulligan and Peter Sarsgaard in An Education (2009), turns her attention to Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess for this lachrymose British romance, which David Nicholls adapted from his own novel. more...
  • The Other Guys (PG-13)

    This is the fourth feature that Will Ferrell and writer-director Adam McKay have collaborated on, and once again they deliver laugh-out-loud if ultimately disposable comedy with mixed messages about arrested male development. more...
  • The Other Son (PG-13)

    None of our staffers wanted to review this French drama, probably because its high-concept log line promised all kinds of awful: a French-Jewish couple in Tel Aviv discover that, years earlier, their son was accidentally switched at birth with the child of a Palestinian family in the West Bank. more...
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  • The Other Woman
  • The Other Woman (PG-13)

    Nine to Five (1980) pioneered the feminist revenge comedy with its tale of three secretaries conspiring to punish their obnoxious boss; The First Wives' Club (1996) recycled the idea with three divorcees banding together against their ex-husbands. more...
  • Ouija (PG-13)

    A group of friends unleash an evil spirit in this supernatural horror. more...